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Shabbat Shalom to everybody, everybody but…

To Roger Waters of Pink Floyd for his recent comments on the Joe Rogan podcast regarding Israel. Roger is known for his consistent anti-Semitic, Jewish, and Israeli hatred; he said: “The Israelis seem now to have a policy of … murdering so many of them that they are absolutely trying to create another intifada. So they can make it an armed conflict and kill them all.” He said more, but you get the point. 

Roger Waters not so subtle anti semitism.

Joe Rogan is the current most popular podcaster. That is until my new podcast, “The World doesn’t need another podcast, PODCAST.” 

The first guest FYI, Cal Thomas, a syndicated columnist on USA Today and talk show host. It’s a half-hour-long, entertaining, and insightful show. The release date is Tuesday, October 18, 2022. 

No ego here … shhh, even though it is true.

Coming soon October 17 on this website

To the house select committee on the January 6th rampage, or as I call it, the “inquisition” committee, for their “ show trial” a few weeks before the midterm. 

To the house select committee: not allowing the Republicans to pick their own staff to question witnesses. Show trials have prosecutors and no defense attorneys. 

To the LEFT: who criticize Trump and some of his supporters for denying the 2020 election results. Many of the same political and media players claimed Donald Trump’s 2016 election was a fraud. 

“Trump knows he is not a legitimate President,” Hillary Clinton said months after she conceded

She was among the many who said such things. Not even including the phony Russian collusion story ( invented by, you guessed it, Hillary Clinton).  https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2022-05-20/clinton-approved-trump-russia-leak-her-campaign-manager-says?leadSource=uverify%20wall

CIA head John Brennan briefed President Obama in 2016 on Hillary Clinton’s plan to tie Donald Trump to Russia as a means of distracting the American public from her use of a private email server to avoid FOIA requests. 

On July 28, 2016, then-CIA Director John Brennan briefed President Obama on Hillary Clinton’s alleged plan to tie Donald Trump to Russia as “a means of distracting the public from her use of a private email server.” 

After President Trump’s victory in 2016, 67 congressional Democrats boycotted his inauguration, with many “claiming his election was illegitimate.”

To Iran for sending troops secretly to Ukraine to aid the Russians. 

To President Biden, who almost daily invents stories about himself. https://www.nytimes.com/2022/10/10/us/politics/biden-exaggeration-falsehood.html Biden storyteller in chief who spins yarns that often fall apart. 

To Alex Jones, who was indignant after his 1Billion dollar judgment and said they cannot get blood from a stone. 

To Alex Jones, who probably should be breaking st0nes in prison for the suffering, he caused the families of the Sandy Hook elementary school massacre.

File this under “charming behavior” to the Homeless woman arrested for robbing a dead NYC man who had just been run over by a truck. 

To Kanye West for his Anti-Semitic rant on Twitter. “Ye,” as he calls himself nowadays, followed up with an “I am glad I did it remark” after being banned from Instagram and suspended from Twitter. JP Morgan also told him to move his accounts away from them. 

Kanye ( I am not calling him YE ) said he was going on Death Con ( def con, not death con, dumbass) on Jewish people. The use of the word Death best describes his ongoing career. 

To Kanye for saying he can’t be anti-semitic because Blacks are the original Jews. 

To Tommy Tuberville, Senator for Alabama, for his remarks at a rally, “They’re pro-crime. They want to take over what you got. They want to control what you have. They think the people that do the crime owe.” 

Who are THEY? Whenever you attribute something negative to an entire group of people, you are racist. Black people, white people, Jewish people. It is racist, ignorant and dangerous. An arguably true statement would be, “Some are pro-crime, some want reparations, and some want what you have.” 

To Candace Owens: typically a voice for common sense for defending obviously anti-semitic rants and threats of violence against Jews. Candace defended Kanye by saying this was not the beginning of another holocaust. True, but it doesn’t help. 

To the White House, two weeks after President declared the pandemic over, issued a new warning about covid. 

To Jaspers Japanese restaurant in Maryland: for staying open after discovering a dead body in their bathroom. They were serving customers while the woman’s body, apparently dying of a heart attack, was in there for hours. When asked about this, the owner said, “business is dead,” Okay, he didn’t, but I wonder how the servers handled the questions about what they would recommend. “ If you need to “go,” please don’t. Just trust me on this one.

To Turkey, the country, not the bird,  for introducing jail terms for fake news. In the United States, “fake-newsers”  don’t go to jail; they go work for the Biden administration. 

To Fox Bagels: File this under Local News (Ohio) Bagel Wars ..

To Jeremy Fox. The owner of the recently changed Blocks bagels “franchise” in Columbus, Ohio, abruptly changed the name of his Bagel shops from Blocks to Fox. Jeremy announced the change with considerable fanfare on social media and local news. The problem is that the current owner of the original Blocks bagels, Hal Block, the 89-year-old co-founder filed suit today in Columbus Common Pleas court. According to the lawsuit, Jeremy had a contract with Hal to use the name Blocks bagels, equipment, and recipes and to purchase all of his ingredients from them. 

Hal, who still operates the store in east Columbus, whose son Steve passed away early this year, claims that after his son died from cancer, payments stopped coming to Blocks. Hal didn’t know about the name change until he read it on social media. He feels that his good name has been “shmeared.”  Nice.

If true, this would add to the old saying that “You never let a fox in a Blocks house.” 

Note: Until this lawsuit is settled, there is no “official” No Shabbat Shalom on this. 

To everybody who reads this, I wish you a Shabbat Shalom. 

To those of you who I mentioned and to those that I did not ( you know who you are)

No Shabbat Shalom to you. 

Larry Levine

larrymlevine.com

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